Situated on 809m2 on a relatively flat block that backs onto the creek and conservation bushland, this 3 bedroom low set Queenslander house was built around the 1960's. The external materials are weatherboard and metal cladding. Camphor board walls internally and a very basic kitchen and bathroom, this house is in need of TLC throughout. There are timber floors in living areas and bedrooms with a 4th room converted from the original garage down on a lower level. The large steel framed shed on the other access side is currently the carport/workshop and is in good condition.
Conveniently located directly across the road from the Piccones' Shopping Village, and a short drive to Edge Hill Cafe's and restaurants, plus the kids could walk to Edge Hill State School without crossing the road. Currently has a tenant in place on a month to month basis.
Would you renovate or knock it down? With the government HomeBuilder grant available until 31 March 2021, there is still time to be eligible for $15,000 towards renovating a home to live in OR demolishing and building a home to live in.